Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Andrew's Eulogy

Ann and Janet's floral tribute ( a drum kit)

38 comments:

  1. Beautifully written John. Tender and honest, and memories should always be honest.

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  2. That was just wonderful and the floral drum kit is amazing!
    xx

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  3. a beautiful, heartfelt eulogy John, your brother was his own person, marching to his own drummer and you did him proud!

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  4. I read it with a lump in my throat, well played that man!

    SP

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  5. I put the link in to publize my sister's blog.....
    she is still taking donations xxx

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  6. A beautiful eulogy, John.

    XXX

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  7. Lovely, John, and moving.

    megan

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  8. Bloody brilliant!
    Jane xx

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  9. A beautiful eulogy.

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  10. That was touching and beautiful John..a life summed up so perfectly.

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  11. I'm glad she posted that. Very nicely done, my son.

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  12. Well done John!

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  13. thank you tom and jim... that means alot

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  14. I just read your eulogy. A long tear trickled down my right cheek but I managed to hold back the tear from my left eye.
    Neil (but don't use it)

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  15. 2 Thumbs Up...way up!

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  16. Well done John Gray. Well done.
    xoxox

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  17. You did good, John.

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  18. You wrote that beautifully, with honesty and love. x

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  19. Well done John. He sounds like the brother we would all have liked. A bit of a rebel; but not too much.

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  21. Wonderfully done, John. Just wonderful. So many thoughts and memories, I'm glad it all came together so that you didn't have to pick and chose. You gave a wonderful picture of who Andrew was and who he is in all of your hearts. Much love to you and your family; and Andrew, if you are reading, I can't imagine how proud you must feel. ;) You were incredibly well loved.

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  22. What a lovely honest eulogy John he Sounds like a man who loved life and lived it well.

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  23. Beautiful eulogy, John. I scrolled down and played the Led Zep song by the Alarm. Big cyber hugs to you in your loss. Blessings, Jo

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  24. Could not have been done better John.x

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  25. Beautifully written eulogy John. You certainly did your family proud.

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  26. A moving tribute, sir. I only hope there is someone to say such nice things about me when I'm gone.

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  27. A moving tribute, sir. I only hope there is someone to say such nice things about me when I'm gone.

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  28. Wow. That happens to be a song I love, so that, with your eulogy, made me more than a little teary eyed today, but in a good way... And the floral piece is great, too.

    Thumbs up!

    Cat

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  29. Beautiful, John. Simply beautiful.

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  30. Well done - my eyes welled up from here. Beautifully put you really summed up your brothers essence.

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  31. Well done - my eyes welled up from here. Beautifully put you really summed up your brothers essence.

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  32. well written and very classy John.
    Sue.M

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  33. You honored your brother well, John -



    the drum kit of flowers were perfect!

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  34. It was beautiful John. All of you did a wonderful job..thumbs up to all of you and to Andrew. X

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